Deltarune Chapter 2 Development Update Teased by Famitsu

Toby Fox will share a development update and screenshot(s) of Deltarune Chapter 2 in Famitsu magazine, releasing later this week.

September 15, 2020 will mark the 5th anniversary of Undertale, and many fans are eagerly waiting news regarding Toby Fox’s new work, Deltarune. Famitsu announced last week that its magazine releasing on September 10 (officially titled Weekly Famitsu Magazine September 24, 2020 Issue) will include a feature for the 5th anniversary of Undertale. Now, on September 8, Famitsu revealed that the Toby Fox interview in the feature includes a comment on Deltarune, giving us a development update on the upcoming Chapter 2. The Famitsu feature will even include “some” screenshot(s) of Deltarune Chapter 2.

The cover of this week’s Famitsu magazine was drawn by Temmie Chang:

The usual leaks from Famitsu magazine will be up on Wednesday in the middle of the night for our American readers, and early morning for a French person like myself. Meaning we should know then a bit of what Toby Fox said on Deltarune. However, we actually buy Famitsu magazine on DualShockers, so we’ll try as soon as possible to bring you the full details once we hit Thursday midnight JST, when the magazine releases digitally. We’ll be translating the Deltarune development update and sharing the screenshot(s) from Famitsu magazine as well, so stay tuned.

Undertale is an indie RPG first launched on September 15, 2015. The game is available on PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo Switch. Perhaps next gen versions on PS5 and Xbox Series X could be announced for the game’s 5th anniversary soon.

Undertale was very inspired from Japanese games such as Moon and the Touhou series by ZUN, and Deltarune and its Chapter 2 will definitely keep those influences.

As a side note, Toby Fox already said there will be no specific announcement on the actual anniversary date on September 15th. There will be a little something for fans though. He also announced a free Undertale concert stream.

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